With the arrival of new employees to Fort Wayne and the surrounding areas from transfer workers for General Motors. I would like to send them my plea. My wife and I buy only General Motors products. My favorite is the Chevy Silverado. I am currently driving one that is starting to get older and hope to buy a new one very soon. Being a supporter of GM I am hoping to get the same support in return when transfer workers are ready to purchase a home. If you are thinking of relocating to the Fort Wayne area you have made a wonderful choice. In this area we have a lot of activities to do not only in the summer but also in the winter. Fort Wayne has the Tin Caps baseball team with an outstanding stadium, Mad Ants basketball, Komet Hockey, and The Roller Derby girls. All summer we have different festivals going on at Headwaters park downtown. Also the surround communities will have festivals. The last one in Ft. Wayne I believe is the Johnny Apple seed in September. Lakes are within a half hour from Fort Wayne. Near the town of Angola is Potowatomi state park. This park has two beaches, a campground, and several picnic areas and a few pavilions. The inn has two restaurants a pool and sauna. You can stay in the hotel for reasonable prices or rent a cabin. Many close by towns have a lot to do. You can google Auburn, Kendallville, Columbia city, and Warsaw just to name a few. It may be easier to search for North East Indiana. The very first step is to contact a lender and get pre-approved for your loan. This way you will know your price limitations. The worst thing to do is start looking and fall in love with a home only to find out it is out of your price range. From this point on no other homes will measure up to the one you really wanted. After approval, start your search for a home. This can be done on the internet or by the homes magazine. Pick some homes you would like to go through and have the Agent show them to you. After finding a home you like, the next step is to make an offer. Your agent will guide you through this. If the offer is accepted then you will want to hire an inspector. The inspector should be healthy enough to be able to crawl into the attic and under the home if a crawl space and take at least two and a half hours checking the property. If the inspection report is good we will attend the closing with you where you will receive the keys to your new home. There is more to this if the inspection report does not turn out good or the offer was not accepted but that will be something we will help guide you through. This is just a simple explanation to help you understand the process. And as always Call Kevin 260-466-2344
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